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Samsung nominated for Pinocchio Awards 2014 (14 Oct 2014)

…By highlighting specific cases of social and environmental rights violations committed by multinational companies,…[the Pinocchio] awards are the opportunity to report the gap between speeches regarding “sustainable development” and the actual practices on the ground. Through the Pinocchio Awards, these organizations are fighting for a binding legal framework for multinational companies’ activities… Nine companies have been nominated in three categories…Fanny Gallois, Campaign Manager at Peuples Solidaires-ActionAid France, concludes : “The Pinocchio Awards echoes back hundreds of thousands of men and women around the world who are taking action to force companies, who continue to deliberately ignore their social and environmental responsibilities, to respect their rights…”…[Refers to Crédit Agricole, EDF, GDF Suez, Lyon-Turin Ferroviaire, Perenco, Samsung, Shell, Total]

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